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In meteorology, a cloud is an aerosol consisting of a visible mass of minute liquid droplets, frozen crystals, or other particles suspended in the atmosphere of a planetary body. Water or various other...

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Supercell in Kansas

Supercell in Kansas

A cool cloud formation in the town of Severy, Kansas. Taken by Jon Stone

Contributed by Sam Feldstone

clouds!!

clouds!!

Clouds! Clouds! Clouds!

Contributed by Alana Buckley

Thank God for Cameras!

Thank God for Cameras!

Otherwise some of us would never see something so beautiful!

Contributed by Josh Milligan

Ocean of Clouds!

Ocean of Clouds!

Everything we miss on a cloudy day>

Contributed by Josh Milligan

Wow!

Wow!

Aaaaamazing!

Contributed by Josh Milligan

This cloud formed over the top of this mountain :-)

Contributed by Jordan Griffin

Look mommy it's a horsey!!!(In my 4 year old voice)

Contributed by Jordan Griffin

Before the Storm

Before the Storm

The clouds before a storm can be very beautiful.

Contributed by Katie Scott

Even clouds know what love is

Even clouds know what love is

Even clouds know what love is

Contributed by Heather Michelle Williams

Timelapse clouds

Contributed by Kathryn Vercillo

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See the lightning light up the stormy clouds!

Contributed by Kathryn Vercillo

Groovy Clouds.

Groovy Clouds.

One early morning after the gym.

Contributed by LiLi Calumag

Types of Clouds

Types of Clouds

A cartoon that tells you about the different kinds of Clouds

Contributed by Callie Wuttke

Amazing Clouds over the gulf of Mexico

Contributed by Eliana Armora

Eclipse above the Clouds

Eclipse above the Clouds

Clouds appear white because they reflect the suns light. What color are they when there is an eclipse??

Contributed by Vanessa Lam

The Rare Undulatus Asperatus

The Rare Undulatus Asperatus

It is so rare that it does not have official classification!!! This was shot in Canterbury, New Zealand

Contributed by Vanessa Lam

Clouds in a September Sunset

Clouds in a September Sunset

Photo by Emma Lamb.photos at emmallamb.blogspot.com

Contributed by Kathryn Vercillo

my passion

my passion

i just love taking pics of the sky

Contributed by Cleopatra SOoffical McDonald

Why are some clouds dark and some clouds white?

Here's why.

Contributed by Mary Joseph

Real Cloud Shaped Dog

Real Cloud Shaped Dog

That is amazing

Contributed by Mary Joseph

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Mammatus Clouds

Contributed by Sara Cornett

Look Out the Window

Look Out the Window

#InThePlane

Contributed by Chenelle Witty

Here's a good guide to tell the different types of clouds apart. Some categories cross over, like cumulonimbus and stratocumulous.

Contributed by Bridget LaMonica

These blotchy, dotted clouds are stratus clouds.

Contributed by Bridget LaMonica

Cirrus clouds are thin, wispy clouds often displayed in repetitive, sweeping patterns such as this.

Contributed by Bridget LaMonica

An example of a cumulonimbus cloud, a super-sized example of a fluffy cumulous cloud.

Contributed by Bridget LaMonica

Supercell Thunderstorm

Contributed by Christine Jay

Stratus Clouds over Greenland

Contributed by Christine Jay

Lenticular Clouds

Contributed by Christine Jay

Because clouds are so different from each other, here's a video about cloud formation and the different types of clouds that can form.

Contributed by Sammo Lea

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